Deerfield, Wis., Aug. 31. - Buying of the tobáceo erop now being harves-ted has begun. About flfty acres are said to have been secured. The prices so far have been about 8 cents, per pound. At this price the erop will net the grower f rom $100 to $175 per acre. The erop yields heavy and most everybody havine: no larger acreage than before is obliged to build more shed room and buy more lath. Some dealers are experimenting with sprinklir.g the tobáceo while standing on the ground with a solution of chemicals, by which they expect to give the leaf an appearance similar to Sumatra. If it proves a success it will be a great boon to Wisconsin tobáceo growers. The farmers are all happy and if another week of favorable weather favors them they will have harvested one of the best and largest crops in many years.